Wilfred Kidson

Died 17th October 1918

Age 24

Son of The Rev Joseph Charles Eyre Kidson of Holy Trinity Vicarage Church st

On the day he died the battalion crossed the Selle at 06.30am " A very thick fog prevailed, but the companies were immediately met by heavy machine gun fire from which "A" company especially suffered, the company commander ....Lt C W Kidson and several men being killed and a number of officers and other ranks wounded"

Buried Highland Cemetery Le Cateau France


Leonard William Harris Kitney

Died 18th August 1916

Age 32

Husband of Flora Ada (Hatton) formerly Kitney of 64 Union rd Milton Died in attack at waterlot farm

Remembered on the Thiepval Memorial


Albert Charles Knight

Died 1st July 1916

Albert was killed in action on the first day of the infamous Somme offensive. The 7th Buffs with the 8th Norfolk to their left and the 7th Queens to their right  occupied the foremost section of trench closest to the German line and played a crucial part in driving the enemy back into Montauban and beyond.

Remembered on the Thiepval Memorial